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White Roof Coating Applied with Roller
Posted on November 24, 2020 by baker-admin
Repairing your roof with a roof coating is not only a durable, lasting repair but it is also a way to extend your entire flat roof's lifespan Roof coatings, or liquid-applied membrane (LAM), is a perfect solution for many flat roof substrates such as TPO, concrete, modified bitumen, metal, and asphalt. LAM roof coatings cure to a rubber-like membrane material. The benefit of a roof coating is that it does not have any seams. Read More...
Exerior Remodel baker roofing and construction
Posted on October 28, 2020 by baker-admin
When it comes to home improvements and home remodels, many homeowners are faced with the same dilemma, which projects have the highest return on investment (ROI). While not all projects are prioritized based on ROI, here we will be discussing the home improvements that will bring you the biggest bang for the buck come time to sell your home. Top Exterior Home Remodel Choices for a High ROI When ROI is your main concern, Read More...
Kitchen Remodel
Posted on September 21, 2020 by baker-admin
Kitchen remodels make up the majority of all our remodel work. The reason is because kitchens offer a great ROI on the money you invest into them. Kitchen Remodels Broken Down into 3 Basic Packages Kitchen remodels can be broken down into three basic packages, Minor remodels, full remodels, and luxury remodels.  We have listed what is typically included in these remodel packages so that you can better choose what remodel is right for your home. Read More...
Modern wrap around fireplace
Posted on September 3, 2020 by baker-admin
Picture this;  its Friday night and its been a long, stressful week. Your home in comfy clothes with your feet up, a hot beverage, and reading a book by the light of your beautiful new fireplace that you just gave an exciting makeover. Sounds relaxing, right? Ok, some of you will substitute a cocktail for the hot beverage and Facebook scrolling for the book, but oh, how lovely the glow upon your phone screen. Read More...
Foam Insulation being sprayed by Baker Roofing & Construction
Posted on July 15, 2020 by baker-admin
When you see your heating and cooling costs rising, it may be time to look in your attic at the insulation. It could be an issue of your heat escaping through your ceiling and into your attic during the colder months. However, the reverse could be true in the summer; heat may be seeping in from your ceiling and displacing the cool air. While nearly all houses can benefit from an exhaustive airtightness diagnostic service, Read More...
Modern house with black frame replacement windows
Posted on July 3, 2020 by baker-admin
The benefits of replacement windows easily out weight the costs of upgrading. Homeowners will immediately reap the benefits of replacing the old windows with modern updated units. Some benefits like curb appeal are easily seen, but replacement windows have many more benefits for all homeowners. Read More...
How to hire a remodeling contractor
Posted on June 29, 2020 by baker-admin
Learning how to hire a remodeling contractor is as crucial as the remodel itself.  The right contractor will help you in design choices, can provide you several options, and will advise you in pitfalls that are common in home remodels. Consequently, choosing the wrong contractor will lead you to a stressful project that often cost more than the initial estimate. Read More...
Handful of Hailstones
Posted on May 18, 2020 by baker-admin
If you wondering does hail lead to roof leaks and water damage, then you have come to the right place. Hail damage, both small and large, can lead to much worse damage if left unattended.  Small roof repairs can become major issues.  Size Matters When it comes to hail damage, it is true, size matters. Not all hail will damage your roof and cause leaks, but this depends on several factors, Read More...
Roof Leak Repair
Posted on May 11, 2020 by baker-admin
Learning how to stop a leaking roof during a heavy rainstorm can mean thousands of dollars less in repairs.  Roof leaks come in different sizes. Some could take months to develop into visible damage, while other leaks are much more dramatic.  Learn how to make a temporary roof repair that will hold up long enough to keep the damage down to a minimum. Once the storms have passed, Read More...
How do you know when your roof needs to be replaced
Posted on May 2, 2020 by baker-admin
More than 75% of homes in America have asphalt roof shingles installed on them. But how do you know when your roof needs to be replaced? While asphalt shingles come in many names, styles, and colors, the majority of roofs have either a 25-year or 30-year shingle. A 25-year shingle is the standard older 3-tab shingle from the past. The 30-year shingle is architectural or laminated, meaning it has an additional layer laminated on top. Read More...